L.E.T. Ladies Slovak Open. Camilla Cruises In. June 22 2014

dragon logo darkAllianz Ladies Slovak Open presented by RESPECT Camilla Lennarth cruises in to win the Ladies Slovak Open at the Golf Resort Tale. Camilla and Trophy / Getty Images Camilla fired a flawless final round of -6 under par 66, to amass a -11 under par total, winning the Ladies Slovak Open by four shots. It all came from an encouraging start to the day; “I got off to a very good start. I haven’t been striking the ball very well but I hit a good tee shot on one and a good shot into the green and just made a putt so I thought maybe this could be the day." “From then on I hit some very poor shots but I managed to recover very well. I hit some incredible chip shots and lob shots from places where I didn’t think I could do it and that kept me going.” “I didn’t know Melissa was that close because I saw after 10 that I was four ahead and after 15 I saw that someone was closing in on me. Making a long putt for par on 17 was very important.” Melissa Reid finished in second place, at -7 under par, and said it was the result of working hard on her game lately; “I’ve worked my socks off the last two months. My head hasn’t been in it the last two years and I will be the first one to admit that, but it’s nice to re-dedicate myself and I’ve not only been working hard with my coach Kevin Craggs but also working hard with my trainer John Woods so it’s great and nice that things are coming together and it’s paying off." “At the start of the day I was going to take seven under as a finishing total. I didn’t putt great today and I did feel that I left about three or four out there. I’m really happy with the way things are going. I was hitting it really good, nice and long and I would have taken seven-under at the start of the day. You don’t mind losing when you’ve played well on the last day and the winner has played even better.”  Ralph Hanna and Sally Watson tied in third place with -3 under par total's. Sally is happy to keep making progress in her career;  “Obviously it wasn’t quite the finish I would have liked but I struggled the last few rounds and didn’t hit it as well as the first round so didn’t give myself as many chances and the short game wasn’t quite as good as I would have liked. Third place, I’m continuing to move up the leader board so hopefully I’ll be working my way into the winner’s circle sooner or later.” Ralph was really pleased with her performance; “It was a really good week. I didn’t know what to expect coming back here because I played here in 2010 and enjoyed the course. To finish in this position is amazing and I’m so pleased. I don’t think it’s really sunk in yet. A really solid week, very consistent and I’m really happy." “I think I just hit it in the right places, had a target and holed a couple of putts on the front nine. I had three birdies in a row so it was really solid. I think the belief has always been there but now I know that I’m good enough to be out here and I know that I can do it and I’m really looking forward to Italy next week.”